Sending and receiving emails with Postfix via google inbox

I want to use Gmail as a GUI for info@example.com. Im using Ubuntu 16.04 and postfix. I read this tutorial and followed steps : https://devanswers.co/configure-postfix-to-use-gmail-smtp-on-ubuntu-16-04-digitalocean-droplet/

The google mail address is example.com@gmail.com. Now, if I send email to info@example.com I get nothing. Also when I send email via gmail, it works, but the sent address is example.com@gmail.com.

How can I connect Gmail to postfix in order to send and receive emails only through info@example.com?

Thanks.

Is it ok to assume a user has opted-in to receive emails in an application where the main purpose is sending notifications [on hold]

I’m working on a web application where the main purpose/functionality is notifying users when there have been changes to regulations in a particular industry.

The application is subscription based, i.e. you have to pay for an account and using it is a choice. Any email addresses for accounts we hold are active users and we do not harvest this data from anywhere. So all email addresses we have are for real users who actively use the software.

We are designing a setup wizard which allows users to set preferences on what information they receive.

One of the settings is yes or no as to whether the application should send notifications via email. This raised debate as to what the default setting should be.

The argument for “no” was that users should explicitly give their permission to receive automated emails and therefore this was the correct default.

The argument for “yes” was that the users have implied consent because they are using an application whose sole purpose is to inform them about changes, and email delivery is the primary way of doing this.

The application is still usable if the user doesn’t receive emails because the data which is present in the emails is visible inside a web-based interface. The disadvantage of using the application in this way is that – unless the user logs in – they will not necessarily be aware of any updates. Therefore defaulting email opt-in is preferable.

The pre-sale marketing material for the application makes it clear that email delivery is the main delivery method for the information and getting it directly to your inbox is an advantage of using the system.

What are people’s thoughts on this? We are based in the UK but deal with customers worldwide. Is this covered or referred to by GDPR?

Why is my workflow sending emails for some users, but not others?

I have a 2013 workflow I built in SharePoint Designer. It worked fine for me during testing, but when I rolled it out to the end users, only the other administrator and one regular user could get the workflow emails to send. Everyone now has the same permission level: Edit, but still no success. I know that it’s getting stuck at the send email line based on other fields I’m setting directly before that line.

Any help is appreciated. Thanks!

Why is my workflow sending emails for some users, but not others?

I have a 2013 workflow I built in SharePoint Designer. It worked fine for me during testing, but when I rolled it out to the end users, only the other administrator and one regular user could get the workflow emails to send. Everyone now has the same permission level: Edit, but still no success. I know that it’s getting stuck at the send email line based on other fields I’m setting directly before that line.

Any help is appreciated. Thanks!

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Tax printed twice in sales order emails

We have Tax defined as 7% GST in Tax configuration and is printed fine everywhere except the emails sent for order confirmation where there is a separate row as Tax and a mention of the 7% so with both there it is confusing for the users. Check the screenshot attached. Is it possible to remove one of that? How to remove it? I checked the layout file for email and it had only Tax block defined as single block so if I take it out, then whole Tax will be gone from there. enter image description here

Outlook rule to forward all emails – is that a common scam?

Recently we had a security problem. One email account which is based on MS Exchange 365 was hacked and the hacker forwarded all emails per rule to a Gmail account.

I checked all relevant PCs and I didn’t find any viruses. And I changed the passwords. But in this case changing the passwords didn’t change anything because the rule which forwarded all the emails also worked after I changed the passwords. The forwarding only stopped once I discovered that such a rule was setup and then I deleted the rule.

How common is this hack? I never heard or read about it before. It is also still a mystery for me how the attacker accessed the email account. Probably he stole the password somewhere but I can’t figure out how.

Limpiar filas con emails inválidos de una hoja de cálculo de Google

Pues llevo bastante peleándome con este asunto, ya que, si no fuera porque la función tiene que hacer muchas cosas más, tardaría menos haciéndolo con filtros a mano…

La cosa es que quiero eliminar de un Google Sheet todas las filas cuya celda de email sean inválidos o de Gmail.

Al principio lo hice con una macro que me dio el siguiente código:

function Limpiarfilasycolumnas() {    //Seleccionar hoja y empezar   var spreadsheet = SpreadsheetApp.getActive();     //No funciona   //Localizar y eliminar todo lo que no sea un email   spreadsheet.getRange('E:E').activate();   spreadsheet.getRange('E:E').createFilter();   spreadsheet.getRange('E1').activate();   var criteria = SpreadsheetApp.newFilterCriteria()   .whenFormulaSatisfied('=NOT(REGEXMATCH(E:E;"^([A-Za-z0-9._%+-]+@[A-Za-z0-9.-]+\.[A-Za-z]{2,})$  "))')   .build();   spreadsheet.getActiveSheet().getFilter().setColumnFilterCriteria(5, criteria);   var sheet = spreadsheet.getActiveSheet();   sheet.getRange(2,1,spreadsheet.getActiveSheet().getLastRow()).activate();   spreadsheet.getActiveSheet().deleteRows(spreadsheet.getActiveRange().getRow(), spreadsheet.getActiveRange().getNumRows());   spreadsheet.getActiveSheet().getFilter().remove();    //No funciona   //Localizar y borrar los emails de Gmail   spreadsheet.getRange('E:E').activate();   spreadsheet.getRange('E:E').createFilter();   spreadsheet.getRange('E1').activate();   var criteria = SpreadsheetApp.newFilterCriteria()   .whenTextContains('gmail.com')   .build();   spreadsheet.getActiveSheet().getFilter().setColumnFilterCriteria(5, criteria);   var sheet = spreadsheet.getActiveSheet();   sheet.getRange(2,1,spreadsheet.getActiveSheet().getLastRow()).activate();   spreadsheet.getActiveSheet().deleteRows(spreadsheet.getActiveRange().getRow(), spreadsheet.getActiveRange().getNumRows());   spreadsheet.getActiveSheet().getFilter().remove();   }; 

Pero haciendo pruebas me percaté de que si la hoja era distinta, ya no funcionaba la macro… Así que después de leerme todas las preguntas con título relacionado, me decanté por hacerlo por Javascript como comentaba el usuario Rubén en una de sus respuestas.

Así que, he hecho el código simulando el filtro con Javascript y me ha quedado lo siguiente:

function Pruebas()  {   var ss = SpreadsheetApp.getActive();   limpia_columna_email(ss.getActiveSheet());   SpreadsheetApp.getUi().alert("Hoja actualizada correctamente"); };  function limpia_columna_email(ss) {   var emails = ss.getRange("E:E").getValues();   for(var i = emails.length-1; i > 0 ; i--)   {     if(!validar_mail(emails[i][0])) ss.deleteRow(i+1);   } };  function validar_mail(email) {   var patron = new RegExp("^([A-Za-z0-9._%+-]+@[A-Za-z0-9.-]+\.[A-Za-z]{2,})$  ");   if(email == null || email == "") return false;   if(email.search("gmail.com") != -1) return false;   return patron.test(email);   return false; //Aquí no debe de llegar nunca }; 

Ahora bien, la hoja que le paso tiene más de 5000 filas… y ejecutar el código ha tardado una barbaridad (vamos, si me descuido me veo el capítulo de Stranger Things entero…).

Más que optimizar, que también sería bienvenido ¿se os ocurre como hacerlo de otra manera para que no tarde tanto?

Gracias de antemano.